It has begun replacing the decapitation strategy with one that focuses more on entire networks, not just their heads.
Antifragile things, meanwhile, are strengthened by it—just as Hydra grows stronger and more multiheaded with every decapitation.
Last night, after the decapitation, rioters clashed with police again.
But we can extrapolate from previous experience that decapitation does incentivize Hamas to ease up on its attacks.
With every ritual execution, with every decapitation, the editors of Mexican tabloids like El Nuevo Alarma!
He had seen the "worship of Reason" established with the decapitation of seven thousand innocent citizens of France.
The manner of it was decapitation, the instrument a mowing machine.
During the Old Kingdom decapitation was the usual means of inflicting death.
"That must have been after the Queen's decapitation," said Berengaria.
He is the gentlest-natured fellow alive, but he feels a vicious pleasure in the decapitation of those yellow, harmless flowers.
1640s, from French décapitation, from Medieval Latin decapitationem (nominative decapitatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Late Latin decapitare (see decapitate).
decapitation de·cap·i·ta·tion (dĭ-kāp'ĭ-tā'shən)
The removal of a head, as of an animal, a fetus, or a bone.